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Thread: Kromrey Converter

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    Kromrey Converter

    reproduction of Bedini model
    144 turns 26 wire/coil
    24 vdc starter motor

    asking if John Bedini may take a look and point the direction

    unit does not increase rpm with output shunt

    Happiness and joy Jeff Joseph

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    rebuild with more info that will be helpful
    Last edited by Jeffrey Joseph; 04-11-2016 at 12:30 PM. Reason: rebuild more info

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    Hi Jeffrey

    I do not think You will get an answer from John. At least at this time. And, especially on the K-converter. I think he went dark...don't know why...others including myself, have done the same. Be safe...
    Best Regards ~ James, Somewhere In Idaho

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    Jeffrey,

    Very nice built. I am gathering the parts to make one myself so I am glad others are experimenting. Some thoughts:

    1. Is your shaft non-magnetic? At the conference people were suggesting to use Stainless Steel 304 for that. May be 314 will work as well?
    2. On his model JB had the shaft of the motor electrically isolated from the shaft of the generator by using some type of rubber coupling. I couldn't find if this is a an off the shelf part but it is probably important.
    3. Are your magnets Barium Ferrite or Strontium Ferrite? This will be an interesting experiment to do - build it with either magnets and compare.
    4. The 4 separate coils had to be wound in a way where the 2 that are on the same rod are wound in opposite directions. So when the shaft is at rest it is aligned between the N and S ends of the magnet stacks.
    5. The steel pieces that are placed above and below the stack of magnets must have very minimal clearance with your rotor. This may be hard to machine, but I remember hearing how important that is.

    Kamen

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    Quote Originally Posted by James_Somewhere_In_Idaho View Post
    Hi Jeffrey

    I do not think You will get an answer from John. At least at this time. And, especially on the K-converter. I think he went dark...don't know why...others including myself, have done the same. Be safe...
    Hi Jeffery,
    You have the bulls eye answer on this!!!! yes you get the G-Field right and it will throw light on a host of other understandings of this Science of Radiant Electricity..
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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    Have you link for Barium Ferrite magnets

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    Ed, did you mean you have a link for BaFe magnets? Or you were looking for a place to buy those magnets? I saved this link posted somewhere on this forum:

    http://www.fehrenkemper.de/produkte/...te-hartferrit/

    If anybody has ordered from this company can they please share their experience. Something to point out is that this page lists the density of of Barium (4.8 g/cm³) and Strontium (4.65 g/cm³) magnets. So this can be used as a crude reference to see if anything ordered out of China matches those numbers. Unless you know the supplier I have a suspicion that ordering a Barium Fe from China may come as a Strontium Fe.

    Anybody knows of a good BaFe supplier?

    Kamen

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    i am looking for a place to buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hi Jeffery,
    You have the bulls eye answer on this!!!! yes you get the G-Field right and it will throw light on a host of other understandings of this Science of Radiant Electricity..
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    I enjoyed the induction, resonance debate. Nobody mentioned the not destroying the dipole aspect directly. Tom mentioned using resonance to make a cap like an electret. Anybody ever play with the captret principle? Charge a large cap and just use the negative terminal and the outer case and it will put a charge on a battery without draining the main charge in the cap. Not a practical device but proves a point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notsure View Post
    I enjoyed the induction, resonance debate. Nobody mentioned the not destroying the dipole aspect directly. Tom mentioned using resonance to make a cap like an electret. Anybody ever play with the captret principle? Charge a large cap and just use the negative terminal and the outer case and it will put a charge on a battery without draining the main charge in the cap. Not a practical device but proves a point.
    Hi Notsure,
    I wonder why it is not practical...it can be worked with to make it practical.... the same is true with a Battery..try it out but in this case you would be able to charge a Capacitor with a Battery to dump that charge into another Battery..and yes you would need to use the Positive terminal of the battery and the case of the Battery coated with a Conducting body..say an Aluminium foil may be.. 'Bateret'
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    Last edited by Faraday88; 02-11-2016 at 12:11 AM.
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    It's an interesting concept. Comes down to polarity flipping when there is no current. If you go + terminal of cap and the case, it's a dump of energy. Negative terminal and case to a battery is a slow climb to a limit of charge and it's not much, it needs to be a pretty dead battery. It's a clue though I think. When I was working with electrostatics I came to a conclusion of there was really no fixed positive and negative charges per se. It is just dividing the zero state of balance into an unbalanced condition. Equal and opposite forces. Like the lazy 8 symbol for infinity. Like the way an air bubble rises against the density and pressure of deep water.

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